We take a look at what’s been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.

Depression in middle age linked to increased risk of Alzheimer’s

A study this week looked at a link between feelings of hopelessness between the ages of 39 and 64 and a higher chance of dementia later life.

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Why dementia can cause family feuds

Even the happiest of families can find their love for each other is tested by a dementia diagnosis. One carer reveals how she and her sister managed to stop fighting, and offers some advice based on what she learnt.

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Theatre review: Plaques and Tangles – a poignant portrayal of Alzheimer’s

This week, content writer Hannah Fox went to see Plaques and Tangles, a play about early-onset Alzheimer’s.

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Designability: Engineering a Better Quality of Life

Designability is a unique charity that harnesses technical expertise, research and knowledge to enhance people’s lives. We hear from their Commercial and Fundraising Manager, Alexandra Leach, about what they do.

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People with dementia should stay active when clocks change

The Alzheimer’s Society have urged people to get outdoors and stay active even after the clocks change at 2am on 25th October, and resist the temptation to hibernate inside.

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